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Bandengan Beach Bandengan Beach or Tirta Samudra Beach is the famous beach in jepara.

the place is very beautiful and romantic. people around Jepara, Kudus, Demak knows this place. This place is located 7 kilometers north of Jepara city center. The way to get there is very easy. Just follow the traffic sign and you will find it. From the town square, follow the road to Bangsri then turn left when reached kuwasen village. You can take public transportation or by your own vehicle. The white sandy beach which has pure water is good for swimming. The beach is save enough for swimming because the beach is shallow and the wave is not so big. This place is more beautiful at dusk. We can see the beautiful sunset with our family or friends. In this location, we can sit and relax on the shelter while enjoy the natural beach breezy wind. It also has large pandan tree field. It is suitable for youngster activities such as camping. If we want to sail, we can rent the traditional boat owned by local people. We can make voyage around the beach or we can go to pulau panjang (panjang island). Some time we can find banana boat and jet ski for rent. In this place we can find many traditional footstalls. We can order traditional foods sold by the trader such as roasted fish, crab, boiled shell. Pindang srani is one of the delicious food enjoyed by the visitors. come to the bandengan beach and you will find a paradise on the tips of Muria peninsula.

The clean grain is stored in the box. The stalks left standing in the paddock are called stubble. These machines are also known as combine harvesters. The drum rotates. Grain passes over these and fans blow the husks away. Stock can graze on this and the standing stubble left after harvest. This is called winnowing. Threshing involves separating the grains from the head. Straw is spread over the ground. Headers combine the three operations needed to harvest a crop -.HARVEST MACHINES Headers harvest crops such as wheat.reaping. There are a number of screens in the header. Straw and chaff (bits of stalk) are fed out the back of the header. barley and oats. The comb on the front of the header cuts the heads off the stalks (reaping). The auger pulls the heads into the machine. When this is full the grain is augered out into a chaser bin or truck. beating the heads. . threshing and winnowing.

Mangroves have special aerial roots and salt-filtering tap roots which enable them to thrive in brackish water. Mangroves need to keep their trunk and leave above the surface of the water. especially after the tsunami. Brackish water is salty but not as salty as sea water. Yet they also need to be firmly attached to the ground so they are not moved by waves. Some prefer areas that are sheltered from waves. Mangrove trees are commonly planted and found in coastal areas. these roots procedure additional roots that become embedded in the soil. as the soil begin to build up.MANGROVE FOREST A mangrove is a tropical marine tree. Some prefer more salinity. healthy mangrove forests had helped save lives in the Asia disaster tsunami and people tended to respect these natural barriers even more. Mangroves can serve as walls of protection for natural disaster in coastal area like tsunami. while others like to be very-close to a large fresh water source such as river. probably because the leaves are silver-coated. . There are several species of mangrove tree found all over the world. According to BBC News. Other species grow on dry land but are still part of the ecosystem. Some species have their roots covered with sea water every day during high tide. The Times of India reported that rare species of mangrove had been found and was also known as the looking-glass tree. Any part of root that appears above the water flows oxygen to the plant under water surface.

powerful limbs and a muscular tail. then follow it until the animal is too weak to carry on. A dragon will bite its prey. The bacteria that live in the Komodo dragon's saliva causes septicemia. . weighing 150 pounds or more.KOMODO Komodo dragon is the world's heaviest lizard. the gums bleed. They also hunt other lizards as well as large mammals and are sometimes cannibalistic. a pointed snout. or blood poisoning. creating an ideal culture for virulent bacteria.5 meters) long and 200 pounds (91 kg) Komodo has gray scaly skin. When it feeds. They use their keen sense of smell to locate decaying animal remains from several miles away. in its victims. The largest Komodo ever measured was more than 10 feet (3 meters) long and weighed 366 pounds (166 kg) but the average size of komodo in the wild is about 8 feet (2. The Komodo dragon's teeth are almost completely covered by its gums.

Through television. In fact. television has an important influence on how people spend their time. soap operas. They can see a war being fought. light comedies. viewers at home can see and learn about peopl. On the average. More than 83 million homes in the United States . or TV. is one of humanity's most important means of communication. After they arrive from work. sports events. People with a television set can sit in their house and watch the president makes a speech or visits a foreign country. a television set is in use in each home for about 6 3/4 hours each day. as well as on what they see and learn. and things in a away lands. television brings its viewers a steady stream of programmes that are designed to entertain.or 98% of all the country's homes have at least one television set. TV provides many more entertainment programmes than any other kind of information media. As a result. and they can wacth government leaders try to bring about peace. variety shows and motion pictures. (Taken from The New Book of Knowledge) . It brings pictures and sounds from around the world into millions of homes. places. quizzes. the importance of television is proven. cartoons. In addition to all these things. they usually watch TV. The programmes include action-packed dramas.Television Television. Then. Television even takes viewers out of this world as the astronauts explore outer space.

It is a habit which can be dangerous. He was a clever man who had many ideas for new inventions. For many years. But today’s razors are safer and more convenient to use. Gillette’s razor blade became popular. A man who has thick hair on his face may have to shave twice a day. . The person who invented razor blades was a man called King Gillette. a razor was a handle with a long piece of steel which was sharp and flat at one end. In 1891. It was a razor which was safe to use. he invented a new type of razor blade.RAZOR A razor is a tool which is found in nearly every bathroom. The thing which makes today’s razor safe is that the blade is small thin sharp piece of steel. It was an invention which worked well and which everybody need because each blade only lasted 8 to 10 times. The sharp edge of the blade did not stick out very far. These razors had a long open blade. It was more difficult to cut yourself than with the older type of razor. It was short and it was held in a special handle. He wanted to make a blade that was safe and which could be used several times.

sad-eyes. It is rarely urged from this lumbering pace. diagonal walk. in an ungraceful. and dark-ringed. Its lopsided movements and its timidity have endeared it to countless friends and admirers at zoos around the world. the giant panda has won a reputation as a loving and adorable creature. And once it has reached the top. gentle. Only a young panda. will venture to climb a tree. With its big. or a panda in desperate flight. But its clumsy and uncoordinated ways make it an awkward and defensive creature. It fumbles along. . flat face. pigeon-toed. furry head. it becomes an even greater task to get down. the giant panda is irresistible. Despite its aloof manner and clumsiness.Panda Because of its size and strength. a panda is a potentially frightful and awesome beast.

but to humiliate me because he is jealous of my friends. He may snuggle up against your ankle. Gregory does not do this to establish his territory. habits. as many cat experts think. His pride. After my guests have fled. befriending some and repelling others. however.My Cat Gregory Gregory is my beautiful gray Persian cat. Gregory is as finicky about visitors as he is about what he eats. for he spends most of his time indoors watching television and growing fat. but endearing. . He enjoys TV commercials. and I have to forgive him for his obnoxious. begging to be petted. performing a dance of disdain as he slowly lifts and lowers each paw with the delicacy of a ballet dancer. does not extend to his appearance. especially those for Meow Mix and 9 Lives. or he may imitate a skunk and stain your favorite trousers. His familiarity with cat food commercials has led him to reject generic brands of cat food in favor of only the most expensive brands. He walks with pride and grace. I look at the old fleabag snoozing and smiling to himself in front of the television set.

To prove this. We don’t know who built them but they were probably constructed between 1150 and 1500. believed that they were built by people from South America.EASTER ISLAND Do you know Easter Island? Well. The Easter Island. he made a simple raft and sailed there. Thor Heyerdahl. The . there are 600 large statues. Perhaps they were killed by disease or war. On the island. We don’t know why the statues left alone on the island. Norwegian explorer. Perhaps the builders used all the natural resources on the island. Archaeologists think that the statues represent dead tribal leaders. We don’t really know why they are there. all the way from Peru. Easter Island is in the South Pacific. 3.700 kilometres from the coast of Chile.